The OIL Record Book spreadsheet now includes overall power ratings for each manager, as well as a power rating for each of their seasons. You can view a manager's overall power rating and their top-rated and lowest-rated seasons (2010-present) on the main Manager Rankings spreadsheet. On each manager's spreadsheet, you can view the power rating for every season, the average power rating (2010-present), and the top-rated and lowest-rated seasons (2010-present).
The power rating was created by the Oberon Mt. Fantasy Football League and has been featured on ESPN's Fantasy Focus podcast. It is used by many leagues across the country. Read the formula creator's explanation and see how it applies to the OIL after the jump.
So, how do the OIL managers stack up?
As you can see, Redlegs manager Lance Zerger ranks number one in overall Power Rating. Two-time champion Cliburn's Arrogant Americans rank second, but non-champions Tadlock and Green rank third and fourth. Cliburn holds the record for highest-rated OIL season, and Hillier has had the lowest-rated.
How is it reflected in the manager spreadsheets?
The Power Rating is the first column to the right of the year. Below there is the average season Power Rating, the highest-rated, and the worst-rated. Pyle's best season was 2016, whereas his 2011 season ranks worst . . . even though he won more games in 2011 than he did in 2013. His average season produces a 165.29 OPR.
Let the debates commence.